Special features on this two-disc set include on Disc One: a feature commentary track by Director/Writer Todd Haynes, an option to view the film with on-screen song lyrics, a three-part introduction to the film, and previews. Disc Two includes audition footage from two of the stars of this film; two deleted scenes; four alternate/extended scenes; a four-minute gag reel; a three-minute featurette tribute to Heath Ledger; footage of the red carpet premier (three minutes); a featurette Making The Soundtrack (21 minutes); a 43-minute interview with Todd Haynes; and an eight-part Dylanography section featuring still chronologies, discographies, filmographies, bibliographies, a filmmaker
The anamorphically enhanced 2.34:1 DVD is highly stylized, switching between black-and-white and color, with heavy grain and then none, and occasionally soft, while other times sharp and detailed. At times it resembles a typical documentary, while at times it looks like a feature film. It never looks great, with poor color fidelity, relatively poor resolution, and elevated black levels. It
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